Daniel Craig’s impressive transformation through the years

Daniel Craig.

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Daniel Craig is one of the best known actors around the world thanks to his interpretation of James Bond, the “Agent 007”. However, the road to becoming the superstar that he is today has not been easy. Here we tell you his journey to the top!

The famous man who celebrates his 54th birthday today had his beginnings in the world of acting during the 70s, when moved to London to join the National Youth Theatera very prestigious institution.

After graduating, Craig made his film debut with the film “The Force of One” (1992). However, it would be the BBC television series, “Our friends in the north” (1996), which led him to gain fame in his home countryEngland.

From there, Daniel Craig began to attract the attention of several producers focused on commercial cinema, which led him to be part of the cast of the tape based on the video game “Tomb Raider” (2001)alongside Angelina Jolie.

Daniel Craig at the “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider’ Premiere in Los Angeles, Ca. | Kevin Winter/Getty Images

This tape, although highly criticized, made him share credits with Tom Hanks in the movie “Road to Perdition” (2002), where, according to critics, he outshone the protagonist himself.

Daniel Craig and Tom Hanks | Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

It is a few years later when the opportunity to bring to life one of the most iconic characters in cinema arrives at his door: Agent 007, James Bond. AND, despite all the controversy that was created around him, he accepted the role.

“When I agreed to play Bond, I did it being aware that it meant a change of life for me. She knew that everything was going to change. I’ve never made movies for money, but because I wanted to do them”, said the actor in a chat with ‘Interview’.

Daniel Craig as “James Bond” in the film ‘Casino Royale’ | Greg Williams/Eon Productions for Getty Images.

In this franchise, Daniel Craig he filmed five movies: “Casino Royale” (2006), “Quantum of Solace” (2008), “Skyfall” (2012), “Spectre” (2015) and “No Time to Die” (2021), with which he said goodbye to the character he gave him world fame.

Now the famous prepares to startpose new challenges and on several occasions he has made known his excitement at giving way to an actor who plays the most famous agent in the world.

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